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Don't miss your opportunity to save 33% on this 20-session instruction plan based on Dr. William Robinson's "The Service Technician's Field Manual."

| April 29, 2013

The Service Technician’s Field Manual Training Program.

RICHFIELD, Ohio - If you have not yet ordered copies of "The Service Technician’s Training Program," don’t miss your opportunity to save 33% on this  20-session instruction plan based upon Dr. William Robinson’s The Service Technician’s Field Manual. Also available at 33% pre-publication savings are The Service Technician’s Field Manual (textbook for program) and its Companion Study Guide (classroom workbook for students). If ordered with a Mallis Handbook of Pest Control, your entire purchase will ship for free within the United States. Order online or call 800/456-0707 today.

 
Pre-ordered copies of the Service Technician’s Training Program and the Service Technician’s Field Manual Companion Study Guide will ship from the PCT Bookstore on Wednesday, May 1st.
 

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